Abstract: This infographic contains the principle and characteristics of the most representative and widely used long-read sequencing platforms offered by Pacific Biosciences (PacBio) and Oxford Nanopore Technologies (ONT). It will give you the basic idea on how to choose the most suitable long-read sequencing method for your projects.Summary: Long-read sequencing technologies, also known as the third-generation sequencing, have developed rapidly over the past decade. The new generation sequencing overcomes the limitations of the second-generation sequencing technologies, which generally generate short reads of 100-700 bp in length. With much longer reads and the ability to detect epigenetic markers directly, this huge technological leap in sequencing offers better solutions for genomic, transcriptomic, and epigenetic studies.References: https://www.cd-genomics.com/wp-content/themes/v1/pdf/main/Long-Read-Sequencing-PacBio-SMRT-vs-Oxford-Nanopore.pdf
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